Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Saint International model Wayne Booth set out to prove that neutrals are anything but bland in the new Calvin Klein Chapter 1 Campaign: Naturals. Inspired by nature, the collection features CK icons crafted with sustainably sourced materials in a range of neutral shades.

Plus, InStyle Executive Beauty Editor Kayla Greaves had all the girls jelly with an ussie she snapped with Academy Award-winning actor Brad Pitt. The Rock-blooded journalist was in Nice, France, to test Pitt's skincare line Le Domaine.

And Saint International model Kai Newman strutted for Prada, Bottega Veneta, and Jil Sander at the recently concluded Milan Fashion Week (MFW).

Page 2 shares highlights.


Wayne Booth for Calvin Klein

Photographer: Nadine Ijewere

Fashion Editor/Stylist: Gabriella Karefa-Johnson

Hairstylist: Edward Lampley

Make-up Artist: Yumi Lee

Set Designer: Ibby Njoya

Kai Newman Milan Fashion Week

Photos: Courtesy of Saint International

Kayla Greaves InStyle

Photos: Courtesy of Kayla Greaves

#InMyCalvinsSaint International model Wayne Booth is the definition of effortless in the Modern Cotton Naturals Lightly Lined Bralette in shades Rich Taupe and (right) Stone....
....and the Unlined Bralette in Cedar..
Beauty on the BrainBecause if you don't have a picture, did it even really happen? InStyle Executive Beauty Editor Kayla Greaves snapped an ussie with actor-cum-skincare entrepreneur Brad Pitt at the Le Domaine launch at Château Miraval, Correns, France. Courtesy of Kayla Greaves
Milan MoodSaint International model Kai Newman kicked off her Milan Fashion Week stint on the Jil Sander Spring 2023 runway...Courtesy of Saint International
...then continued for Prada's Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons presented the Spring 2023 collection...Courtesy of Saint International
...and wrapped with the Bottega Veneta Spring 2023 Ready-to-Wear runway show. Courtesy of Saint International
...and Stone....

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